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Cincinnati Zoo to open expanded gorilla habitat

The Cincinnati zoo's gorillas can be viewed by the public year-round at the facility's new expanded gorilla habitat, which includes an indoor viewing area.

Perryville working to restore natural habitat, species

State officials say crews at Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site are working to restore native species in an effort to make the land look more like it did during the Civil War.

Tools stolen from Habitat for Humanity

Someone stole thousands of dollars worth of tools from Habitat for Humanity of Madison and Clark Counties.

Old Christmas trees to be used for fish habitat

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife is accepting donated Christmas trees after the holidays to use as underwater habitat for fish.

Habitat home built for Lexington woman

Volunteers from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) and the Lexington Community Land Trust (LCLT) made their ways to 750 DeRoode St. on Saturday working on a Habitat for Humanity home in the Davis Park neighborhood.

Volunteers to build Habitat for Humanity home in the Davis Park neighborhood

Volunteers will be busy at 750 DeRoode St. on Saturday, Nov. 7, working on a Habitat for Humanity home in the Davis Park neighborhood.

State parks working to preserve Monarch habitat

Five Kentucky state parks have become certified "waystations" for Monarch butterflies and are working to protect their habitat.

Fish and Wildlife finalizes mussel habitat designations

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service this week is publishing the final rule for critical habitat designations for two freshwater mussels in Kentucky, Tennessee and 10 other states.

U of L students biking West Coast to build Habitat house

A couple of University of Louisville students are hitting the road to find the remaining money needed to build the first completely student-funded Habitat for Humanity house in Louisville.

Crash Victim Remembered As Habitat For Humanity Champion

Pat Smith died in the crash of Flight 5191 eight years ago but his legacy lives on with Lexington Habitat for Humanity.

Cleaning Up Violence

Volunteers from Lexington Police and the Department of Corrections met on Douglass Avenue to clean up the neighborhood and hopefully, to stop violence.

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